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Design in the ‘hybrid city’: DIY meets platform urbanism in Dhaka’s informal settlements

Dhaka, Bangladesh’s capital, moved from the world’s second-least-liveable city to the fourth-least-liveable city in The Economist’s latest liveability survey.

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Emergency services students work together to save lives

Paramedicine, Medicine and Nursing students from Western Sydney University organised their own event to educate each other.

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Western students host event with NRL Premiers

Western Sydney University students have hosted the inaugural Sport and Hospitality Summit and Luncheon alongside National Rugby League Premiers the Cronulla Sharks.

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Study finds baby bottle measurements wrong, potentially harmful

A study has found more than half of infant feeding bottles have inaccurate or missing markings, sparking calls for Australia and other countries to introduce and enforce industry standards.

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Western Sydney University recognised for excelling in International Student Community Engagement

Western Sydney University proudly accepted the prestigious NSW International Student Community Engagement Award (Education Provider category).

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How astronomy paved the way for terra nullius, and helped to get rid of it too

If you take a walk in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, about 50km from central Sydney, you will come across an engraving of a large emu in the tessellated sandstone overlooking the surrounding countryside.

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